Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Dead to Me!

Dead to Me! is a new thing I’m doing. This is not a new blog, but it is a specific series of posts within this blog. Dead to Me! is about those projects which I am only looking back on, but will not work on again. These aren’t all failed experiments, but some of them are. In each post I’ll talk about a project I’ve abandoned, sunsetted, or moved on from. Some of them will be recent and others will be things I worked on years ago. Some of them might be related to work, but most will be personal.

I’m also doing something different with this. I don’t know how well this part will work out, but I’ve already gotten some interest in it so we’ll see:

I am soliciting for guest posts to Dead to Me! and welcome anyone who would like to ask to be a part of this. If you have a project you’re no longer working on and would like to write a postmortem for, please drop me a line or a draft.

If you’d like your post to appear here, go ahead and post it on your own blog or anywhere else, as well. Perhaps we can cross-link them.

I think this will be fun. Will you join me?

You can read the first post of the Dead to Me! series right now, about Trapdoor, a prototype platform for web-based desktop application development.

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I am happily employed by the excellent Caktus Group, located in beautiful and friendly Carrboro, NC, where I work with Python, Django, and Javascript.

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